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Michael Jager of Solidarity of Unbridled Labour presents at THE CANNABIS CONVERSATIONS, hosted by Nectar's and organized by the Vermont Cannabis Collaborative. The Vermont Cannabis Collaborative mission is to support development of the Vermont cannabis industry so that it is imbued with Vermont values and achieves the greatest contribution to Vermont’s needs in economic sectors including medical, recreational, tourism, agricultural and specialty foods. VTCC steering committee members include...
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Get ready for spring with Peter Shea! He'll discuss his book Vermont Trout Ponds. Peter Shea has a thirty-five year history of writing and publishing on outdoor topics, mostly trout fishing and mostly Vermont. His latest title is Vermont Trout Ponds, a personal selection of some of the author’s favorite lakes and ponds. Peter and his wife Carol have one daughter and live in Burlington. He is Director of Corporate Support at Vermont PBS, and continues his love affair with trout fishing. Watch...
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Spring 2015 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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Run Vermont talks to On Track physical therapist, Brian Loeffler, about tips for runners to prevent aches and pains from becoming injuries. Copyright 2015, Run Vermont, www.runvermont.org
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Vermont will be uniquely represented at the nation’s largest music festival in March when six of our bands showcase our homegrown music at SXSW in Austin, Texas. Waylon Speed, The DuPont Brothers, Lowell Thompson, Zero Circle, Get A Grip, and The Snaz will demonstrate the state’s powerful musical talent from the same stage, rising from cooperation between the SXSW producers and Big Heavy World, Vermont’s independent, volunteer-run music office, with additional support from the Vermont...
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POWER FROM THE NORTH CONFERENCE March 23, 2015 - University of Vermont John Parisella, former Chief of Staff to Premiers Robert Bourassa and Daniel Johnson and former Quebec Delegate General in New York, speaks at the 2015 POWER FROM THE NORTH Conference. more at http://retn.org/crvt http://uvm.edu/-crvt
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CMF'S RENEWED CULTURE OF INNOVATION: MAKERS ON SCREEN With new technologies including 3D printers, Arduino microcontrollers, and computer and electronics miniaturization, using these devices in art projects is becoming more and more popular. This show will discuss how technology is being used in art and how art is encouraging people of all ages and gender to particpate in the new innovation-force driven economy. Our guest Jenn Karson, has years working with art and technology and has been a...
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Students from Edmunds Middle School in Burlington, Vermont, interviewed voters about what it means to be a citizen. Two students share their experience and what they learned. Edmunds Middle School Art teacher, Judy Wolf, is an alum of RETN's iPad workshop, and she used the skills she learned to help her students produce wonderful short videos about what it means to be a citizen. This interview is with two of the students. It was shot on an iPad and edited in Final Cut Pro X.
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Spindle & Widget's Gin Ferrara demonstrates a variety of basic shot types that will make your mobile movie so much better.
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Eric Ford is currently the Communication Director at Burlington City Arts, where for the past 8 years in addition to his work roles, has regularly programmed contemporary film series. Ford is also the Co-Founder of the Burlington Film Society, which began in 2012, and on the advisory board of the Vermont International Film Foundation. Eric attended the Maine College of Art and graduated with a BA in Communication from the University of Southern Maine. He lives in Westford, VT with his wife and...
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CMF'S RENEWED CULTURE OF INNOVATION: MAKERS ON SCREEN with Doug Webster The emerging Maker Movement has inspired many to pursue design, development, and production of new products that are exciting, utilize new open source technologies, and help make our world a better place. With the onset of "open source," crowdsourcing of ideas, talent, and support is becoming more and more mainstream. Crowdsourcing is the process of obtaining needed services, ideas, or content by soliciting...
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Fall 2015 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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Major Jackson visits Phoenix Books, Burlington for a reading and book talk about his new poetry collection, Roll Deep. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Major Jackson is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, among other honors. He teaches at the University of Vermont and is the poetry editor of the Harvard Review. His first book, Leaving Saturn, was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle award. Each of his last two collections, Hoops and Holding Company, was a finalist for the NAACP Image Award...
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The 52 Kids Foundation, started by a father and son in Vermont, supports education in Kamuli, Uganda.
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Spring 2015 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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CONVERSATIONS: THE POWER OF CURIOSITY Nissa Kauppila and Walter Wick explore what it means to be curious and consider the ways in which curiosity has shaped their personal and professional lives. Moderated by Fran Stoddard.
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The Young Writers Project's new offices host the final poetry slam and open mic of the 2015 season.
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RETN worked with Perfect Circle Communications and Design to produce this commercial spot for Better Living Audiology.
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THE WORKING LAND: OUR RELATIONSHIP TO PLACE Shelburne Museum - October 10, 2015 Dona Brown’s work has explored both local and national 20th century back-to-the-land movements. She is a Professor of History at the University of Vermont. The Shelburne Museum Fall 2015 symposium considers our relationship to working landscapes in an exploration of our historical, artistic, literary and personal relationships to place. Held in conjunction with the special exhibition Eyes on the Land. more at...
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FLETCHER FREE LIBRARY - April 4, 2015 Vermont poet Florence McCloud reads her poem entitled "Questions for Trees" at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington, Vermont. http://retn.org/poetry
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Alaina Pinto and the Fox 44 crew visit the Rick Marcotte Central School to interview students and teachers about their award-winning music video.
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FIRST WEDNESDAYS - Brownell Library Dec. 3, 2014 UVM professor emeritus Frank Bryan argues that America’s adoption of presidential term limits not only weakened the Presidency, but also perhaps the Republic itself.
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EDUCATION: JOIN THE CONVERSATION Episode 104 The Vermont Agency of Education and RETN visit St. Albans City School to explore middle school technology integration. Hosted by Secretary of Education Rebecca Holcombe and featuring AOE Education Technology Coordinator Peter Drescher, teachers John Cioffi and Brian Clark, and several students. more at retn.org/education
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THE WORKING LAND: OUR RELATIONSHIP TO PLACE Shelburne Museum - October 10, 2015 Susan Abbott’s oil and watercolor paintings examine the specifics and mood of place, especially the New England working landscape. She is a participating artist in the Eyes on the Land exhibit, organized in partnership with Shelburne Museum and the Vermont Land Trust, thirteen Vermont artists and the owners of conserved Vermont lands. ARTIST STATEMENT "I discovered from my visits [to the Johnson Farm in...
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FLETCHER FREE LIBRARY - April 4, 2015 Vermont poet Florence McCloud reads her poem entitled "April and Longing for Aimlessness" at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington, Vermont. http://retn.org/poetry
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Fall 2015 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Fall 2015 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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Champlain Presents is a series of mini documentaries made by Champlain College students. Featuring work by Gabi Blanco, Katie Vander Kraats, David Schmidt, Jonathan Blair, Jesse Phelps, Madison Wagner, William Saxe, and Cory Sweitzer. Produced by Kieth Oppenheim.
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“Revel, My Friends” features music of friendship and personal devotion including Gaelic and seafaring songs, songs of peace, and choral highlights of Gluck’s opera, Orfeo. 2014 marks an anniversary year of Gluck’s birth. The opera is testimony to the ultimate “triumph of love” retelling the fable with a more favorable, celebratory finale.
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FLETCHER FREE LIBRARY - April 4, 2015 Vermont poet Judy Chalmer reads her poem entitled "An Experimental Apparatus" at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington, Vermont. http://retn.org/poetry
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FLETCHER FREE LIBRARY - April 4, 2015 Vermont poet David Cavanagh reads his poem entitled "The Ice Man" at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington, Vermont. http://retn.org/poetry
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Waylon Speed was created by Noah Crowther, Reverend Chad Hammaker, Kelly Ravin and Justin Crowther after playing together at a local honky-tonk in Burlington, Vermont. Three days and one practice later, Waylon Speed was born. While Waylon Speed is not influenced by mainstream music, they integrate each member's individual influences to achieve a truly unique genre all of its own. They have won awards from both the New England Music Awards for "Vermont's Best Band," and Seven Days...
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On the day that Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin signs an historic education reform bill that creates incentives for school districts to merge, the Vermont Agency of Education and RETN visit Smilie Elementary School to explore the school's "hands on" approach to teaching civics to second and third graders. EDUCATION MINUTE and EDUCATION: JOIN THE CONVERSATION are co-produced by RETN and the Vermont Agency of Education. more at retn.org/aoe
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CONVERSATIONS: THE POWER OF CURIOSITY Linda Wellings, Facilitator of Wonder at Shelburne Farms, and Rob Mermin, founding Director of Circus Smirkus, explore what it means to be curious and consider the ways in which curiosity has shaped their personal and professional lives. Moderated by Fran Stoddard.
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Vermont will be uniquely represented at the nation’s largest music festival in March 2015 when six of our bands showcase our homegrown music at SXSW in Austin, Texas. Waylon Speed, The DuPont Brothers, Lowell Thompson, Zero Circle, Get A Grip, and The Snaz will demonstrate the state’s powerful musical talent from the same stage, rising from cooperation between the SXSW producers and Big Heavy World, Vermont’s independent, volunteer-run music office, with additional support from the...
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FLETCHER FREE LIBRARY - April 4, 2015 Vermont poet Kerrin McCadden reads her poem entitled "When I Have Written the Field Book of Common Ferns" at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington, Vermont. http://retn.org/poetry
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Spring 2015 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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PHOENIX BOOKS - more authors at http://retn.org/phoenix As Burlington grew into a city out of wilderness, more citizens meant more opportunities for crime. Horse thefts, murders and drunken brawls swamped the young and prosperous city. Those misdeeds inspired the first officers of what would become the Burlington Police Department to serve and protect. Step behind the scenes of the Griswold murder case, the Mad Riot of 1898 and the murder of Officer James McGrath. Glimpse the dangers of police...
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FLETCHER FREE LIBRARY - April 4, 2015 Vermont poet Jari Chevalier reads her poem entitled "In Rinari, India" at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington, Vermont. http://retn.org/poetry
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DECEMBER 13, 2015 - Flynn Theater This annual tradition features the VYOA's three orchestras and two choruses. VYO senior soloist, Beth Moore, performs the first movement of Franz Danzi's Flute Concerto No. 2 in D minor, Op. 31. This special event also includes Mussorgsky's Night on Bald Mountain and Leroy Anderson's Sleigh Ride. more at http://www.retn.org/vyo
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Stephen Bissette, comics artist and instructor at The Center for Cartoon Studies, introduces Victor Halperin's 1932 horror classic WHITE ZOMBIE, starring Bela Lugosi. Stephen R. Bissette earned kudos, awards, and scars working 24 years in the comicbook industry. He graduated in 1978 as a member of the pioneer class of The Joe Kubert School of Cartoon & Graphic Art, Inc. in Dover, NJ and subsequently made his mark as a cartoonist, writer, editor, publisher, and co-publisher, won many...
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EDUCATION: JOIN THE CONVERSATION Episode 102 The Vermont Agency of Education and RETN visit St. Albans City School to explore elementary school technology integration. Hosted by Secretary of Education Rebecca Holcombe and featuring teacher Grace Borst. more at retn.org/education
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What challenges do Asian Long-horned Beetles pose for the future of Vermont's sugaring industry?
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CMF'S RENEWED CULTURE OF INNOVATION: MAKERS ON SCREEN The third Industrial Revolution is being fueled by the Maker Movement with new emerging technologies such as 3D printers, Arduino microprocessors, and other low cost tools that enable everyone to participate. Rapid technology including 3D printing, otherwise known as additive manufacturing, significantly lowers tooling and production costs as well as product development time. Jon Bondy, founder of Vermont Rapid Prototyping, a maker of 3D...
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FLETCHER FREE LIBRARY - April 4, 2015 Vermont poet Malisa Garlieb reads her poem entitled "Handing Out Apples in Eden" at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington, Vermont. http://retn.org/poetry
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FLETCHER FREE LIBRARY - April 4, 2015 Vermont poet Sharon Webster reads an untitled poem at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington, Vermont. http://retn.org/poetry
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Would you like to watch live events and concerts from around Vermont on a statewide cable channel? Would you like the videos you produce aired in HD or Ultra-HD on Comcast? Do you want to easily find and record local programs using Comcast's program guide? HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO ASK FOR WHAT YOU WANT! Comcast's contract to provide cable services to Vermont expires in 2016. In order to renew the Certificate of Public Good (CPG), the Company must show both the Department of Public Service (DPS)...
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FLETCHER FREE LIBRARY - April 4, 2015 Vermont poet Anna Blackmer reads her poem entitled "Supermoon" at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington, Vermont. http://retn.org/poetry
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CENTER FOR RESEARCH ON VERMONT - more at http://retn.org/crvt Vermont had a raging problem with the abuse of opium, morphine, and heroin by the end of the nineteenth century. This story occurred in the context of the state's involvement with temperance and early adoption of prohibition in 1852. Gary Shattuck is a former federal prosecutor who specializes in researching and writing about historical events utilizing period legal documents. Sam B. Hand Memorial Lecture. Samuel B. Hand was a...
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December Roundtable from Champlain Valley SCORE. Champlain Valley SCORE holds monthly seminars and roundtables on various business related subjects. For the latest offerings go to: https://champlainvalley.score.org/loc... SCORE offers the nation's largest network of no-cost expert business mentors. If you're just starting a business, SCORE mentors can provide the practical action plan, education and tools you need to open your doors and establish a customer base. Already own a business? Our...
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CMF'S RENEWED CULTURE OF INNOVATION: MAKERS ON SCREEN With the rapidly increasing availability of Open Online Resources, libraries across the nation have been weighing in on ways to continue to serve their communities. As with Open Online Resources, the technology open source movement has allowed for low cost tools and equipment such as 3D printers and Arduino electronic devices to be available to many thus supporting the Maker Movement. This show will discuss how libraries are embracing the...
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Cheryl Morse, Ph.D., and Jill Mudgett, Ph.D., present at the 2015 Center for Research on Vermont Annual Meeting. Their presentation, entitled "Staying, Leaving, and Coming Home: The Vermont Roots Migration Project," examines Vermont migration trends. Cheryl Morse works in the Geography department at the University of Vermont and Jill Mudgett is a cultural historian and independent scholar. more at http://retn.org/crvt
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Burlington School Superintendent Yaw Obeng invites the community to help with the school budget planning process. Attend a community forum on November 4th at 6:30pm at the Burlington High School Cafeteria or on November 5th at 6:30pm at the Sustainability Academy Cafeteria. For more information visit bsdvt.org
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Promotion for the local live cablecast of "Vermont Music Showcase" with this 30-second promo for live TV show of Vermont music February 18, 2015, 8:00-9:30pm. Promo has "watch live right here" in graphics and "watch live on your local cable channel" in voice-over.
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Fall 2015 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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In 2008, the presidential candidates agreed that climate change demanded urgent attention. But that national call to action has virtually disappeared. Frontline correspondent and host of NPR’s THE TAKEAWAY, John Hockenberry describes what altered the climate change debate. http://retn.org
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Discover the value of arts education with students and teachers at Catamount Arts, St. Johnsbury. more at retn.org/education-minute EDUCATION MINUTE and EDUCATION: JOIN THE CONVERSATION are co-produced by RETN and the Vermont Agency of Education.
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Fall 2015 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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Rob Hunter and Kathy Boyer share their experiences growing their own food and creating products from their homestead in Monkton, Vermont.
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BROWNELL LIBRARY - First Wednesdays Middlebury College artist-in-residence Jule Emerson discusses the fashions worn in the popular PBS series Downton Abbey. http://retn.org
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Burlington Film Society Presents - http://retn.org/BFS-Presents Mariah Riggs, Director of the Main Street Landing Performing Arts Center on Burlington's waterfront, introduces one of the most beloved screwball comedies of the 1930s: My Man Godfrey, starring Carole Lombard and William Powell.
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CONVERSATIONS: THE POWER OF CURIOSITY David Ellis, President and Director Emeritus at the Boston Museum of Science, and Michael Jager, Creative Principal at Solidarity of Unbridled Labor, explore what it means to be curious and consider the ways in which curiosity has shaped their personal and professional lives. Moderated by Fran Stoddard.
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BURLINGTON FILM SOCIETY PRESENTS Barry Snyder, co-founder of the Burlington Film Society, introduces the 1963 B-sci-fi classic Day of the Triffids, based on the John Wyndham novel and starring Nicole Maurey and Howard Keel. Burlington Film Society Presents is a community-curated series of classic films, from Hollywood hits to B-list sci-fi and horror, that explores our personal connections to the movies. Watch people from our community share stories about the films that are important to them,...
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FIRST WEDNESDAYS - Brownell Library, Oct. 1, 2014 Dartmouth professor Nancy Jay Crumbine reads and discusses Rumi, one of the greatest and most widely read of spiritual poets.
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FLETCHER FREE LIBRARY - April 4, 2015 Vermont poet Judy Chalmer reads her poem entitled "Elemental" at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington, Vermont. http://retn.org/poetry
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Run Vermont talks to On Track physical therapist, Brian Loeffler, about tips for runners about treating aches and pains. Copyright 2015, Run Vermont, www.runvermont.org
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FLETCHER FREE LIBRARY - April 4, 2015 Vermont poet Mary Jane Dickerson reads her poem entitled "The Old Place" at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington, Vermont. http://retn.org/poetry
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Learn more and register for RETN's 5-day, 3-credit summer course at www.retn.org/SummerCourse Teachers share and show what they learned at RETN.
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FLETCHER FREE LIBRARY - April 4, 2015 Vermont poet Emilie Stigliani reads her poem entitled "In the Spring Rain" at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington, Vermont. http://retn.org
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